#1
it seems people only post in gp4, 5, and midi now. technically that does suit everyone, but i personally like to see the music im listening to and midi will wipe out whatever im already listening too. we need more pt!
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#2
You can import MIDI tracks into PT can't you?

Dragonforce? I don't even know what that is. Isn't it that Japanese card game "Dragon Force Z"?
#3
PT has been obsolete ever since GP could import powertabs.
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#4
^The import feature is quite horrible i think, but Guitar pro is just much better than ptab
#7
it looses much data, interprets wrong. Do a test yourself - export track to midi in powertab and then import it back to .ptb. Compare...
I don't think that GP is really better than PT. GP has more features but it has a bit ****ty handling. Sometimes simple is just better. Of course some people will like that program and other won't.
Tabbers will decide which one they want to use.
And I'll still wait for some freeware stuff that beats GP and PT :]
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#8
i love powertab for making real sheet music for my songs

However, i always write out the songs in GP first, it has so much more features that make songwriting much easier than in Powertab.
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